Cookie Policy

When you visit our site, we collect and use information about the use of the website, and “traffic patterns”, to identify what individuals are looking at when they visit us. When initially collected, some of the information relates to you as an individual, but is later anonymised, and in all cases is only used to improve the performance and use of the website.

We also collect information and data automatically through the use of cookies. Cookies are small text files the website can use to recognise repeat users, allow us to observe behaviour and compile aggregate data in order to improve the experience of the Site for you. For example, cookies will tell us whether you viewed the Site with sound or with text on your last visit. Cookies also allow us to count the number of unique and return visitors to our Site. All of this data is eventually anonymised, so that you cannot be identified from it, and we would only use it for the reasons given above.

Some of our associated companies, such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, etc may themselves use cookies on their own websites. We have no access to, or control of these cookies, should this occur, and more details of those cookies will be available from those sites.

Cookies will either be essential – which means that they are required to enable you to navigate and view the site, or to log on. Others are non-essential, such as those which we use to track and identify patterns. You can turn off cookies through you web browser, and they should provide instructions on how to do this.

To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit You should be aware that some functions will not operate without the use of cookies, and others will not function as well without them. Unfortunately, we cannot accept liability for any malfunctioning of your computer or its installed web browser as a result of any attempt to turn off cookies.